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Lawson Commons

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Identification

Lawson Commons
128093

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Structure in General

high-rise building
existing [completed]
steel
concrete
brick
glass
postmodernism
forced air
yes, centrally controlled

Usages

commercial office parking
restaurant mercantile

Facts

  • Lawson Commons takes design cues from many of the historic buildings near downtown St. Paul's Rice Park, including the St. Paul Hotel and the Hamm Building.
  • Lawson Commons occupies the entire block bounded by St. Peter, Wabasha, 5th & 6th Streets. The entrance to the office portion is on St. Peter Street, the garage is accessed from 5th & 6th, with street level retail facing Wabasha Street.
  • It is connected to the St. Paul Building by a skyway bridging West 5th Street.
  • Directly faces Landmark Plaza, a new triangular park bounded by St. Peter, Market, and 5th Streets. The park honors native son Charles Schultz with bronze statues of characters from his much-loved comic strip "Peanuts".
  • This is the tallest building completed in Minnesota during 1999.
  • This building and parking ramp won the 2001 Excellence in Masonry Award presented by the Minnesota Concrete & Masonry Contractors Association.

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Location

364-388 St. Peter Street
365-395 Wabasha Street, 6-10 West 6th Street
1-33 West 5th Street
380 St. Peter Street
55102
Downtown
Rice Park
St. Paul
Minnesota
U.S.A.

Technical Data

190.00 ft
190.00 ft
190.00 ft
13
1998
1999
1,070

Involved Companies

BWBR Architects

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